"What was that all about?"

Dolores E. Brien criticizes the general public’s response to the death of the princess Dianna. She finds that, in the public mourning and in the mountains of flowers, gifts and in the general outpouring of emotion, a kind of contagion that was in no way authentic.   

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It's a Wonderful Life

In juxtaposing Frank Capra’s sensitive vision of human nature in It’s a Wonderful Life with the realities of the year 2000, Don Williams demonstrates that the rise of mass-mindedness and the emergence of scientific rationalism submerge the individual and reduce his agency and humanity to a set of abstract numbers and predetermined, formulaic norms.

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When Too Much Is Not Enough

Wynette Barton pushes some hard questions in response to a paper by Ben Toole as to direction of Jungian analysis training programs in the future.  

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Three Pillars of World War III

Erel Shalit suggests that there are three distinguishing facets of the modern psychological attitude that augur a third world conflict.

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